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Want a Fragrant Tree

Posted by haname z9 AZ (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 22, 10 at 22:18

One of our mesquite trees went down in the storm, so I thought it would be a good time to plant something different, preferably something fragrant. Any ideas you can share would be greatly appreciated!


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RE: Want a Fragrant Tree

What about Aloysia virgata? It's called Sweet Almond Bush, but it will grow into a small tree.

Kevin : )


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RE: Want a Fragrant Tree

and of course citrus. There is an orange that is grown just for the flower and fragrance. There is also a lemon that blooms up to 4 times a year giving you a long season.


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I second the citrus... especially lemons. The fragrance of the flowers is fantastic and they're easy to grow here.


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Sweet acacia, the AZ native, makes a small tree and smells wonderful.


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  • Posted by antm0 Sunset Zone 13 (My Page) on
    Tue, Feb 9, 10 at 14:25

Acacia berlandieri
Eysenhardtia orthocarpa
Havardia pallens
Sophora secundiflora

just to name a few..


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